Winter weather is headed for the North Texas region just in time for the start of Super Bowl week. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers will arrive in Dallas on Monday, along with frigid weather moving into the area, creating a winter storm warning through Tuesday afternoon.
A wintry mix is expected for the area Tuesday with temperatures in the 30's. Wednesday is supposed to be in the 20's, and the unseasonably cold weather will continue all week, but should warm up in time for Super Bowl XLV on Sunday. Temperatures on game day are expected to be back in the 50's.
Regardless of the weather, it won't have any affect on the Super Bowl itself as it was already announced that the dome on Cowboys Stadium will be closed during the game. The weather is nothing more than an annoyance for fans and media converging on the area for the week leading up to the game.